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‘We need to let country do what it’s going to do’

The 4th National Indigenous Art Triennial: Ceremony is at the National Gallery of Australia until 31 July. THE CURRENT INDIGENOUS art triennial celebrates Aboriginal knowledge in ‘the heartland of whitefella sacred ground’ — Canberra. 'Ceremony' features the work of 38 artists from across Australia. The exhibition reveals how ceremony is at the intersection of Country,

Coming up in Braidwood: Friday 23 Nov 2018

Bopping Crossing by Ray Monde (detail)

Art on Farms showcases the region's heart ON FRIDAY EVENING, an art exhibition bringing local artists and farmers together will open to celebrate our connection to the land. The brainchild of the Braidwood Regional Arts Group, the proposal received 120 responses from artists and farmers all over the district. The result is an exhibition of

Bungendore gallery, return of Susie Dureau

Little Breath detail by Susie Dureau

SYDNEY ARTIST Susie Dureau returns to Bungendore to open an exhibition of new works entitled The Architecture of Light. This body of work examines light as a subject and entity unto itself rather than an assumed component in the illumination of other subjects. The much-anticipated show, which follows a sell-out exhibition

Studies with Light

Expanded Vision by Kirstie Rea, 2018. (Detail). Photographic image; textured glass.

Works in glass by Kirstie Rea & Lucy Palmer. CANBERRA-BASED ARTISTS Kirstie Rea and Lucy Palmer use glass for its transparency, fragility and optics, each exploring the concepts of seeing light and capturing a fleeting moment. In their upcoming exhibition at Suki & Hugh Gallery entitled ‘Studies with Light’ the artists showcase

Still Light

Homage Georg Flegel by Jane Gerrish 2018

New works by Jane Gerrish Sydney artist Jane Gerrish will open a solo exhibition at Suki & Hugh Gallery, Bungendore on 12 May 2018. IN THE EXHIBITION entitled ‘Still Light’, Gerrish draws on her passion for research to take viewers on a journey through time. Her curiosity is infectious as a narrative

Drawing in Place

Old Man by Sally Simpson, detail. Charcoal and pastel, 57 x 42cm.

One local place, three views From Suki and Hugh Gallery, Bungendore MAKING WORK that is integral to the daily experience of living in a particular place, with its pleasures and responsibilities and challenges, is a theme that links the art practices of Wamboin-based artists Sally Simpson, David Suckling and Kim Mahood. The three

Sculpture Bermagui open!

Influence by Jen Mallinson

SCULPTURE BERMAGUI  opened to a packed Community Centre reception on Friday night (9 March) where the sponsors, donors, artists and members of the public all gathered for an evening previewing the indoor sculptures, and to learn which of the over 110 sculptures on display had won the big awards. The prestigious

International interest in ‘Sculpture Bermagui’ show

12th Annual Exhibition 9–18 March 2018 PROGRAM UPDATE Sculpture Bermagui  is just around the corner!  Starting with an Opening Ceremony on Friday 9 March, Sculpture Bermagui continues until Sunday 18 March with a fire sculpture closing event. In between, visitors will see large and small works from established and emerging sculptors from all

‘Home Sweet Home’ exhibition opening

The exhibition Home Sweet Home is opening at The Q exhibition space and is a collection of local artists’ response to the theme of ‘home’. Home can mean a variety of things. It may denote a place of residence, an attachment to place or a sense of belonging. Queanbeyan-Palerang Regional Council invited